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Zenit Labo


Zenit Labo was produced in the begining of the 1980 years . It was intended for microscope use. It used a Zenit TTL body and some Zenit EM parts and was completly hand built each at a time. Very small production and rare to find. Has no prism. no light meter, no flash synchonizing. no auto diaphagm. Its shutter has only the "B" setting with "soft" mirror lift with cable release and an auxiliary self timer for automatic vibrationless 3 second shutter exposition. Standard M42x1 mount and a 8x focusing loupe in plain ground glass with a center cross. We include four pictures The smaller one was made by KMZ, the three other pictures show a BelOMO production. There are only slight differences: The advance lever typicaly of BelOMO construction (all plastic covered) and two eyelets.

Info from a Russian Photo-lab man: This camera was attached to a Belarus-912 printer for the production of duplicate slides or print-film slides from negatives.

# 9089122 Omega Sigle KMZ Made in USSR

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Created by Luiz Paracampo on 9/11/2007 5:41:36 AM   |   Last Edited by Omega on 8/7/2011 5:37:45 AM   Revision History  
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